The Toyota Xpander features a wagon-like appearance with a length of 4,475mm, a width of 1,750mm, and a height of 1,700mm. The wedge-like Dynamic Shield fascia sports LED daytime running lights sitting on the hood’s front corners. The turn signals are incorporated in the LED headlamps whereas the fog lamps are at the bottom near the faux skid plate.
The 16-inch dual-tone alloy wheels are housed by squared-off fenders on all variants of the lineup except for the GLX which features 15-inch monotone alloys. The Xpander features dual LED combination lamps surrounding the tailgate with a third brake lamp high over the rear glass. The rear fog light occupies the central place of the rear diffuser.
The cabin of the Mitsubishi Xpander can house up to seven passengers. The driver’s seat features seat height adjustment, along with manual recline and slide adjustment. The two latter features are also available for the second row. The backrests of the third row have recline adjustment. The spacious cabin means passengers have lots of leg- and headroom, as well as cargo space. All seats except for the ones in the first row can be folded down to make them out of the way for more cargo storing.
The Xpander’s multi-function steering wheel is capable of telescopic and tilt adjustment. The air-con system is manual and passengers sitting at the rear are cooled down with ceiling-mounted air vents.
The Mitsubishi Xpander comes equipped with several safety features, including an emergency stop signal, 3-point ELR seatbelts, ISOFix mounting points, seatbelt reminder, anti-lock brakes with electronic brakeforce distribution, and dual front airbags.
All passengers on the Xpander can easily charge their devices via 3 12-volt power outlets. All variants of the lineup except for the entry-level GLX have a 7-inch touchscreen head unit with offline navigation, smartphone mirroring, and Bluetooth. The GLX, on the other hand, gets a 2-DIN radio tuner with AUX and USB.
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